SEO Advice

If your business already shows up at the top of the search results for the products and services you provide in your local area, then you don’t need to know anything more about SEO. If, however, your website isn’t as visible as it should be, you might need some help.

5 SEO Predictions for 2015

5 SEO Predictions for Local Business Owners in 2015

If the turbulence of animals (pandas, penguins, pigeons, oh my) from Google in 2014 was any indication to what the future holds, then local business owners are bracing themselves for another year of uncertainty and confusion. Which is why predicting changes to SEO and search engines is akin to predicting the weather.  You can see…continue reading …


SEO vs. PPC: What’s Best for Your Local Business?

And what the heck’s the difference anyway? Search engine optimization (SEO) is all the things you do to make the search engines happy so they’ll place your website high up on their pages. For example, basic SEO is creating a well organized, well written website and getting your business listed on internet directory sites. SEO…continue reading …

2014 Ahead

The Best of the Dex Media Blog 2014

As 2014 comes to an end, it is time to reflect and see what the year meant for local businesses. Let’s take a look at the Dex Media blog posts that resonated most with our readers. January is always filled with predictions and reflections and our blog was no different. In 5 Ways to Improve Your Online…continue reading …

Evolution of SEO

20 Years of Search and SEO [Infographic]

In 1994, WebCrawler was launched, and the world of search got real. It was the first time that users could search for specific words using crawlers and tap the information resources on the world wide web. Google entered the internet search scene in 1998, processing about 10,000 queries per day. By 2012 that number had…continue reading …

Mobile Unfriendly Website

Google is Calling Out Your Mobile-Unfriendly Site

When consumers are looking for something on their mobile phones, they want to find something quickly and they want to see it in a way that works on their handheld screen. Unfortunately, not everyone has caught up with the times, and we still find ourselves landing on web sites that look like this: It used to be nearly…continue reading …